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ldapsearch equivelent for Windows NT Server?

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I am working off of Suse and I am connecting to LDAP (Windows 2003) easily with LDAP search.  I want to find out if there is an NT equivalent.  I am looking to query everything from an NT domain.  The great thing about it is that I don't need an admin account for collecting LDAP information.  I want to have the same low level account for NT and then gather the information.

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When you say an NT equivalent, are you using NT as a generic term for anything Windows 5.0 or greater, or do you mean you have an NT4 box you want to do an ldapsearch-type activity from, or ?
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ShineOn,

    I do mean Windows NT 4.0.  I have LDAPsearch functioning perfectly for Windows 2003 active directory domain.  I'm needing to audit both environments.

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NT4 doesn't natively have any LDAP.  You need to run a 3rd-party LDAP service in order to present NT4 domain info via LDAP.
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